After a devastating accident crushed my dreams, I ended up back in my hometown teaching kindergarten. I was trying to make the best of it. That is, until the world I had to leave behind, showed up in my classroom in the form of a five-year-old little girl. Her father living the exact life I almost had.
Adam Jacobson is known as the bad boy of rock. While he and his band tour the world, they leave a trail of mayhem. What no one knows is behind the music is a caring, straightedge man with a secret-a daughter who the world is about to discover.
When they move to my small town, their secret is blown. He needs my help to keep her out of the media, and with each exchange we grow closer. Only problem is I need to stay away from the memories he ignites, and the temptations he brings my way.
Secrets I've kept and thoughts of that fatal night come crashing back into my life. I have to wonder if it was more than fate that brought his little girl into my classroom.
Contains mature themes.
Ce que les auditeurs disent de Our Song
- electa lavin
It is a must to read or listen to
Beautiful books.. I love the way you wrote this book ... Amazing... when will the other books be out in this series ? can not wit to read them...
- Tammy B Oakley
I don’t even know where to begin! This book was well written, with all the excitement of a rockstar romance, and yet all the charm of a single dad love story!!
A brilliant combination of characters including the oh so adorable Cailin who absolutely stole my heart.
There were moments of joy, tears & hurt making this an absolutely beautiful love story!
The narration was outstanding!!
I highly recommend this book!
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- Whatever my name
Some great aspects, and missed the mark on others
I love a rockstar romance and when I read the blurb for this one, I thought I want to read it. Then I saw the rating and thought, maybe not However, I did take a further look and saw that it hadn't been rated many times, and only one bad one brought it down. So I went to Amazon and saw it had a lot of positive reviews and I had to give it a go.
Unlike many other books, the description that comes with the book is good and that is really what it was about. It was a lovely story about Sarah and Adam, along with his daughter Cailin. It wonderful how the relationship grew between them and kept getting stronger. Unlike many other romance books there wasn't the inevitable conflict, split and getting back together, so cliched. There was conflict but not the way you imagine.
So, the only thing that really bugged me about the story was all the religious talk. While I didn't think it was too bad, I think it missed the mark. There was an opportunity to really show how narrow-minded some communities can be, especially ones that hide behind the Church. I think Lauren Runow could have done a lot more with that or left it out. It was hinted on, but there could have been more. Just a thought.
The thing I really didn't like was the narration. I felt neither narrator was really good for this story. Madeleine Dauer had a stop start to her voice and it felt like she was just reading the lines. I didn't think Erik Bloomquist's voice suited Adam. That could just be me. I've heard both narrators before and have liked them, so not sure what went on with this one. Sort of helps explain why the Amazon book got better reviews than the audible.
I enjoyed the story and I'm glad I persisted through the narration. Don't think I could listen to it again, sadly as I thought it was a great story. It was worth the credit, but only just.